Jaquan Lyle Archive

Notebook: James Blackmon Jr. to visit IU this weekend

Former 2014 Indiana commit James Blackmon Jr. said he would take a final visit to Bloomington before making his second college decision. Wednesday evening, he made it clear he was following through with his promise. Blackmon announced via his Twitter account that he will visit IU this weekend, only a week after his official visit to Kentucky. "IU visit this weekend #IUBB," he said. The 6-foot-3 combo guard from Marion High School has also taken an official visit to Michigan (Sept. 27) and is considering Michigan State and Kansas, as well. The 247Composite rates him as the No. 31 prospect and No. 12 shooting guard in the 2014 class.

Recruiting notebook: IU staff visits Lyle, Hoetzel

The Indiana coaching staff was on the road Tuesday, making stops at Huntington Prep in West Virginia and at Wilbraham and Monson Academy in Massachusetts. At Huntington Prep, the staff stopped in to see 2014 guard JaQuan Lyle, the former Evansville Bosse guard who will finish his high school career against an aggressive national schedule. Huntington Prep is also home to other top prospects like Miles Bridges (2016), Thomas Bryant (2015) and Montaque Gill-Caesar (2015). Lyle, the No. 22 prospect nationally in the 247Composite, told Inside the Hall recently that Indiana is a school he's considering in the aftermath of his decision to de-commit from Louisville. He's taken unofficial visits to Connecticut and Memphis this fall, but won't be able to take any official visits until taking the SAT next month. On his Twitter account, Lyle posted the following late Tuesday afternoon: "Shoutout to Coach Crean for coming in after school today."

JaQuan Lyle reflects on recruiting process, talks IU

The recruiting process for class of 2014 guard JaQuan Lyle has had its share of twists and turns. He's been offered scholarships by elite schools. He's switched AAU teams multiple times. He's transferred from Evansville Bosse to Huntington Prep. He's made a verbal commitment, only to rescind it months later. He's drawn love and scorn from fans on social media. For Lyle, it's all been a learning process. In an interview on Friday afternoon with Inside the Hall, the No. 22 prospect in the 247Composite reflected on what he's learned over the last three years.

JaQuan Lyle commits to Louisville

Class of 2014 Evansville Bosse guard JaQuan Lyle announced on Wednesday that he’ll attend the University of Louisville. Lyle, the No. 22 player in the class of 2014 according to ESPN.com, trimmed his list to Florida, Indiana, Louisville and Tennessee ...

NBPA Top 100 Camp Wrapup: Player stats, observations

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp ran Thursday morning through Saturday night at Paul Jones Arena on the campus of the University of Virginia. Inside the Hall was in attendance and has compiled final stats ...

2014 guard JaQuan Lyle trims his list to four schools

CHARLOTTSVILLE, Va. — On the first day of NBA Top 100 Camp at the University of Virginia, 2014 guard JaQuan Lyle announced he has narrowed his list of schools to Indiana, Louisville, Tennessee and Florida. Lyle had previously been considering ...

2014 guard JaQuan Lyle says relationships are strongest with Crean, Pitino

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for class of 2014 Evansville Bosse guard JaQuan Lyle. On June 1, Lyle worked in a stop at Indiana while in town to watch a friend compete in the state track meet and ...

Video: JaQuan Lyle at Spiece Run-N-Slam

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HD Video: JaQuan Lyle at 2013 Spiece Run-N-Slam

Evansville Bosse and Spiece Indy Heat guard Jaquan Lyle is a consensus top 20 player nationally in the 2014 class and is considering seven schools: Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Ohio State, Tennessee and UCLA. We’ve compiled two and a half minutes of ...

Lyle recaps Indiana in-home visit, updates process

Indiana was the first school to offer a scholarship to JaQuan Lyle in late 2010. And as his list of schools has been trimmed to seven — Indiana, Florida, Illinois, Louisville, Ohio State, Tennessee and UCLA — the Hoosiers remain ...